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Fekky. Image provided by the artist.

Fekky & Runtown's 'One More Time' Is Your New Jam

Watch our premiere of the Nigerian-shot music video for this summer scorcher.

Fekky has been making noise in the UK rap scene for years now.

More recently, the London-based artist has been teaming up with Nigeria's Runtown for a series of addictive singles like last month's "Unleash" and this banger, "One More Time."

The track, which has been buzzing up airplay across London and Lagos, now has a striking new music video which was appropriately shot in Nigeria.

It's packed with all the dance moves and motorcycle swerves one could ask for and, of course, the Soundgod drops by to perform his standout verse.

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Watch Major Lazer & Burna Boy's New Video For 'All My Life'

This is the best video you'll see all week.

Major Lazer just dropped the new video for their latest single "All My Life," featuring none-other-than Burna Boy.

The dancehall-tinged production is paired with a stunning new music video, which was shot in Nigeria by South African filmmaker Adriaan Louw. The clip spans from cuts of Burna Boy on a roof to striking dance routines on Lagos' busy streets and night spots.

"Over the past few years we've had the chance to tour extensively and work with artists across Africa," says Diplo. "These music scenes continue to inspire the music we make and sets we play. We wanted to bridge our music as Major Lazer with all these new sounds and genres coming out of Africa."

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Serious Klein. Image courtesy of the artist.

You Need to Stop and Watch Serious Klein's Epic Video for 'Voodoo Money'

An epic and stunning excursion into sin & forgiveness from the buzzing rapper.

Serious Klein is a Ghanaian-born self-described "art rapper" coming out of the German underground who's been making waves with his infectious blend of hip-hop, jazz and soul.

The artist is now releasing the new visual for his single, "Voodoo Money," a dark, hard-hitting track built on an ominous piano line and an inventive flip of Rich Boy's "Throw Some D's." The song was produced by Rascal, who's worked with Chance the Rapper.

Today we're premiering the music video for the strack, which was created by Serious Klein and HUSH & HYPE. The visual is an epic and stunning excursion into sin, forgiveness, and the decisions men make for money, women and power.

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